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Lean Six Sigma - A process improvement toolbox


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Lean Six Sigma can be a pivotal for the success of a company in today’s increasingly competitive economy. It provides tools and techniques to help organizations to streamline manufacturing/service processes whilst increasing revenue and reducing costs.

Date and Time

05 October 2017 - 18:30-21:00


Luton, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - East:Beds & Herts local network. Contact Rohin Sharda (rohinsharda@gmail.com) for more information.

About this event

Lean and Six Sigma complement each other. Lean is popular for its methodical approach to streamlining both manufacture and service processes by eliminating waste and adding value to business activities. Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects and variation – from manufacturing to transactional.
Fundamentally, it is a concept that combines lean philosophies and Six Sigma methods to eliminate waste of physical resources, time, effort and talent, whilst improving the quality in production and organizational outputs.
The key topics that we will discuss are:
  • Why Lean Six Sigma?
  • What is Lean Six Sigma? 
  • Who uses Lean Six Sigma?
  • Key principles of Lean
  • Brief overview of Six Sigma - DMAIC
  • An experience of your practical application of LSS


1830  Networking & Refreshments
1900  Lecture starts
2000  Lecture finishes, followed by Q&A
2100  Event finishes

Reasons to attend

Learn about this interesting methodology from Michel Doppert, Director of the Lean Six Sigma Company UK & Ireland.

Continuing Professional Development

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 2 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

CPD Certificates (if required) are available after the event upon request from our Secretary, Mr Ian Brooker (ibrooker@theiet.org).


Free of Charge

Additional information

Speaker: Michel Doppert, Director of the Lean Six Sigma Company UK & Ireland
Michel started his journey on continuous improvement more than 30 years ago, as a Quality Inspector and Manager for a major European Airline. He learnt many Lean tools and Techniques, although the word Lean was then known of as the common definition of the application of a mind-set and tools.
Michel first encountered Six Sigma in 1996 when he joined General Electric. He says ‘After a brief culture shock, I loved the structure and the data based decision making now added to continuous improvement activities that Six Sigma provided. I was certified as a Master Black Belt by GE and went on to build a Continuous Improvement infrastructure as a certified Quality Leader. After these roles, I was chosen for senior leadership positions in several GE businesses. In 2006, I became an entrepreneur. Now I really understood what value Lean Six Sigma can bring to companies and organizations, focusing on continuously adapting to new developments and looking to continuously getting better at what we do, based on our ever changing customer requirements.’
Michel is passionate in sharing his knowledge and experiences through lecturing on various Lean Six Sigma Belt courses and company consultations.

Registration information

Please register for this event if you intend to come.
This event is organised by the Young Professionals section of the IET Beds & Herts Local Network as part of our 2017-18 program.


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